This deal from a duplicate at Bramhall and Cheadle features multiple endplays.
After a dubious auction South played in four hearts on the lead of the club seven.
Declarer won with the ace and played two top hearts followed by the club ten.
When East won with the club queen she was endplayed in three suits.
She chose to lead a spade at this point, declarer won in dummy and took the ruffing club finesse to establish a club winner for a diamond discard and emerged with eleven tricks.
East's best play after winning the club queen was to play the club king. Declarer then has to guess which pointed suit finesse is working.
No other opening lead helps the defence, a spade is most challenging but one line for declarer is to finesse the queen, then play two top trumps followed by ace and another spade ruffing in hand, followed by running the ten of clubs to endplay East in the minors.